1982

  1. REML — a program for the analysis of non-orthogonal data by restricted maximum likelihood
  2. Regulation of RuBP carboxylase activity associated with photo-inhibition of wheat
  3. Euclidean Distance Geometry
  4. Composition and origin of some brickearths on the Chiltern Hills, England
  5. Regional variation of extractable copper and cobalt in the topsoil of south-east Scotland
  6. Linear models and non-orthogonal data
  7. Regression Models for Repeated Measurements
  8. Obituary : William Gemmell Cochran, 1909-1980
  9. (z)-11-eicosen-1-ol, an important new pheromonal component from the sting of the honey bee, apis-mellifera-l (hymenoptera, apidae)
  10. Water-use, calcium-uptake and tolerance of cyst-nematode attack in potatoes
  11. Volatile hydrocarbons in the Dufour's gland of the parasite Nemeritis canescens (Grav.) (Hymenoptera; ichneumonidae)
  12. Viruses of honeybees
  13. Viruses detected in ullucus-tuberosus (basellaceae) from peru and bolivia
  14. Vertical band granule applicator
  15. Variation of host response to nematodes due to interaction between nematodes, with fungi and with environment
  16. Variation amongst protoplast-derived potato plants (solanum-tuberosum cv maris bard)
  17. Use of unpurified nasonov pheromone components to attract clustering honeybees
  18. Use of triple-labeled nutrient solution to study the effects of root-infecting fungi on uptake of potassium, calcium and phosphorus by wheat
  19. Use of nitrification inhibitors to improve recovery of mineralized nitrogen by winter-wheat
  20. The uptake and translocation of tri-valent and hexa-valent chromium and effects on the growth of oat in flowing nutrient solution and in soil
  21. Uniformity of distribution and prevention of loss of potatoes in store by tecnazene
  22. Ullucus virus-c, a newly recognized comovirus infecting ullucus-tuberosus (basellaceae)
  23. The translocation of 3,5-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid in relation to its effect on potato common scab
  24. Transfer of pheromone from immature queen honeybees, apis-mellifera
  25. Towards more efficient soil-water modeling - moisture profiles for constant application or removal of water at the surface
  26. Time and method of nitrogen application - a review of recent trials
  27. A thermal history
  28. Terminal velocity of fall of didymella-exitialis ascospores in air
  29. Taxonomic studies on Streptococcus pluton
  30. T is for trouble (and textbooks) - a critique of some examples of the paired-samples t-test
  31. Synthetic ionophores and stomatal response
  32. The survival of ditylenchus-dipsaci in the absence of host crops
  33. Surveys of beet cyst nematode in England 1977-80
  34. Studying and recording the feeding-behavior of thrips
  35. Studies of the cereal cyst-nematode, heterodera-avenae under continuous cereals, 1975-1978 .2. Fungal parasitism of nematode females and eggs
  36. Studies of the cereal cyst-nematode, heterodera-avenae under continuous cereals, 1974-1978 .1. Plant-growth and nematode multiplication
  37. Structures of two isomeric macrobicyclic polyethers, C28H42O8, and the potassium perchlorate complex of one
  38. The structures of the isomer C of the macrobicyclic polyether (21S,26R,29S,34R)-21,22,23,24,25,26,29,30,31,32,33,34-dodecahydro-1,4,7,14,17,20,28,35-octaoxa[23,29-anti.218,34anti][7.7]orthocyclophane at 295 K and of its methanol complex at 295 and 123 K
  39. The structure of the egg-shell of gLobodera rostochiensis (Nematoda: Tylenchida)
  40. The structure of normal and high-lysine barley grains
  41. A strain of Sacbrood virus from Apis cerana
  42. Statistical aspects of travel demand modeling
  43. The stability of beta-carotene in preserved, moist leaf protein
  44. The spread of Erwinia carotovora subsp. atroseptica and subsp. carotovora from stem lesions and degenerating seed tubers to progeny tubers in soil
  45. Source of phosphate taken up from two soils by mycorrhizal (Thelephora terrestris) and non-mycorrhizal Picea sitchensis seedlings
  46. Some results of an experiment in which potatoes were grown continuously for 11 years
  47. Some effects of manuring and cropping on the organic phosphorus-content of soils
  48. Some biological aspects of different geographic isolates of the rice root-knot nematode, meloidogyne-graminicola
  49. Solanum berthaultii P.I. 265858; a possible source of protection against all strains of PVX
  50. Setting up and managing an experimental farm for crop studies - the 1st 20 years experience at Brooms Barn
  51. SEM studies of Pratylenchus spp.
  52. Selection of potato cyst-nematodes virulent against resistance from solanum-vernei
  53. Screening of pesticides for use on established grassland to improve herbage yield
  54. Revisionary notes on the genus Metopolophium Mordvilko, 1914, with keys to European species and descriptions of two new taxa (Homoptera: Aphidoidea)
  55. Retention of actinomycete spores by respirator filters
  56. Results from factorial experiments testing amounts and times of granular N-fertilizer, late sprays of liquid N-fertilizer and fungicides to control mildew and brown rust on two varieties of spring barley at Saxmundham, Suffolk 1975–8
  57. Results from an experiment on permanent grass evaluating the cumulative effects of aqueous urea, injected alone or with a nitrification inhibitor, with those of nitro-chalk
  58. Response of the ichneumonid parasite nemeritis-canescens to kairomones from the flour moth, ephestia-kuehniella
  59. Response by sugar-beet to various amounts and times of application of sodium-chloride fertilizer in relation to soil type
  60. Residuals of equal magnitude in fractional replicate 2n designs
  61. Residual effects of triadimefon in soil on powdery mildew and yield of spring barley
  62. Relationships between the rna components of chronic bee-paralysis virus and those of chronic bee-paralysis virus associate
  63. Reduced fecundity of females of spodoptera-littoralis emerging from pupae exposed to 16-degrees a temperature within the range for complete development
  64. A record beet year - and its weather
  65. Reclassification of ‘Streptococcus pluton’ (White) in a new genus Melissococcus, as Melissococcus pluton nom. rev.; comb. nov.
  66. A reappraisal of insect flight towards a distant point-source of wind-borne odor
  67. Realistic approaches to third-world food supplies
  68. Reader reaction - regression-models for repeated measurements
  69. The reactions between active and inactive forms of wheat ribulosebisphosphate carboxylase and effectors
  70. The purification and characterization of homologous high molecular-weight storage proteins from grain of wheat, rye and barley
  71. The purification and characterization of 2 groups of storage proteins (secalins) from rye (secale-cereale l)
  72. Protein disulfide-isomerase is located in the endoplasmic-reticulum of developing wheat endosperm
  73. Protein bodies from developing seeds of barley, maize, wheat and peas - the effects of protease treatment
  74. Proline content does not influence pest and disease susceptibility of barley
  75. Preparation and quality of edible leaf protein
  76. Preparation and crystal structure of [{W(N2)2(PEt2Ph)3}2(µ-N2)]
  77. Plant-growth responses to vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhiza .13. Spread of an introduced va endophyte in the field and residual growth effects of inoculation in the 2nd year
  78. Photosynthesis, respiration and evaporation of a field-grown potato crop
  79. Phenology of aphidophagous predators
  80. Pesticides and ecosystems
  81. The origin of 6-rowed wild barley from the western himalaya
  82. The occurrence of bacterium-like organelles in vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
  83. Observations on the biology and ecology of apion-vorax (coleoptera, apionidae), a vector of broad bean stain and broad bean true mosaic-viruses
  84. Observations on fixing, processing and mounting of nematodes
  85. Numbers of root-ectoparasitic nematodes under some forage crops
  86. A note on some factors affecting the survival of rhizobium cultures during freeze-drying and subsequent storage
  87. A note on migration rates
  88. Nitrogenous fertilizers and earthworm populations in agricultural soils
  89. The nitrogen cycle in long-term field experiments
  90. New approaches to nematode control with non-fumigant nematicides
  91. Nematode involvement with root nodulation of peas
  92. Nasonov pheromone of the honeybee - apis-mellifera-l (hymenoptera, apidae) .4. Comparative electroantennogram responses
  93. Movement of fluometuron and CI-36- in soil under field conditions - computer-simulations
  94. Monitoring surveys of beet cyst-nematode in England
  95. Models for the analysis of inter-regional migration
  96. A model to simulate the spread of cyst-nematodes within fields
  97. Mildew powdery or downy
  98. Methods of testing fungicides for controlling skin spot (polyscytalum-pustulans) on potatoes during storage
  99. A method for improving cheaply the time response of pressure transducer tensiometer systems
  100. Mechanized methods of bolter control
  101. The measurement of the variation with depth of the hydraulic conductivity of saturated soil monoliths
  102. Measurement of spore-carrying splash droplets using photographic film and an image-analyzing computer
  103. Measurement and simulation of the movement and degradation of atrazine and metribuzin in a fallow soil
  104. Measured and simulated behavior of fluometuron, aldoxycarb and chloride-ion in a fallow structured soil
  105. Leaf protein as a food source
  106. Laboratory tests of 8-quinolinol as an additive to volatile fatty-acids for preserving hay and other feedstuffs
  107. Laboratory estimation of toxicity of pyrethroid insecticides to honeybees - relevance to hazard in the field
  108. Irrigation - when and how much to apply
  109. Invitro synthesis of oat globulin
  110. Interactions between globodera-pallida, globodera-rostochiensis and verticillium-dahliae on 4 potato cultivars
  111. Insecticidal activity of the pyrethrins and related-compounds .12. Alpha-substituted-3-phenoxybenzyl esters
  112. Inhibition of stomatal opening by cyclic crown polyethers in commelina-communis, and a correlation with lipophilicity and bonding
  113. Inhibition of pea leaf glutamine-synthetase by methionine sulfoximine, phosphinothricin and other glutamate analogs
  114. Influence of soils and fertility on activity and survival of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
  115. The influence of predators on population development and dispersal of apterous myzus-persicae in sugar-beet in the United-Kingdom
  116. Infection and root-nodule development in stylosanthes species by rhizobium
  117. Increased sensitivity of detection of plant-viruses obtained by using a fluorogenic substrate in enzyme-linked immunosorbent-assay
  118. Improved preparation of (e)-beta-farnesene and its activity with economically important aphids
  119. The importance of nematophagous fungi in the management of cyst nematode populations
  120. Immunochemical studies on barley seed storage proteins
  121. Identification of rhizobium strains on antibiotic concentration gradients
  122. Identification of meloidogyne species
  123. The identification of hymenopterous parasitoids attacking cereal aphids in Britain
  124. Hirschmanniella sp the primary causal agent of a major disease of taro (colocasia-esculenta) a staple food crop in the south-pacific
  125. Hexatylus head skeleton - different but not so different
  126. Helicotylenchus-vulgaris and its association with damage to sugar-beet
  127. A guide to the neuroanatomy of locust subesophageal and thoracic ganglia
  128. Growth and water-use of arran banner potato plants infested with globodera-pallida
  129. The genetic determination of host range in the rhizobiaceae
  130. Genetic and biochemical-studies of resistance to permethrin in a pyrethroid-resistant strain of the housefly (musca-domestica l)
  131. Genes for the storage proteins of barley
  132. Further-studies on root symptoms in coconut palms affected by lethal yellowing disease in Jamaica
  133. Fourier-series and response curves
  134. Formulations of soil-applied fungicides for controlling take-all (gaeumannomyces-graminis var tritici) in experiments with pot-grown wheat
  135. Food - the best medicine
  136. Fitting split-lines to ecological data
  137. Field trials of foliar sprays of 3,5-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (3,5-d) against common scab on potatoes
  138. Field desorption and chemical ionization mass-spectra of crown and macrobicyclic polyether complexes of potassium
  139. Factors affecting the spread of vesicular mycorrhizal fungi in soil .I. Root density
  140. Factorial-designs - raktoe,bl, hedayat,a, federer,wt
  141. Experiments on soil drenching with fungicides against take-all in wheat
  142. Erythro-6-Acetoxy-5-hexadecanolide, the major component of a mosquito oviposition attractant pheromone
  143. Electric charge and the deposition of spores of barley mildew erysiphe-graminis
  144. Eggshell calcium and the hatching of globodera-rostochiensis
  145. Eggshell calcium and the hatching of globodera-rostochiensis
  146. The effects of weight at 1st insemination on the subsequent performance of friesian dairy heifers
  147. The effects of tridemorph on barley powdery mildew - its mode of action and cross sensitivity relationships
  148. The effects of the repellents dodecanoic acid and polygodial on the acquisition of non-persistent, semi-persistent and persistent plant-viruses by the aphid myzus-persicae
  149. Effects of the pyrethroid deltamethrin on the acquisition and inoculation of viruses by myzus-persicae
  150. The effects of pesticide application on upland permanent pasture
  151. The effects of light illuminance and wavelength on the growth of broiler-chickens
  152. Effects of husbandry treatments on nitrogen concentration of grain and related yields in winter-wheat experiments made in southeast England
  153. The effects of dazomet and nitrogen-fertilizer on successive crops of maize (zea-mays-l) grown for either grain or forage
  154. The effects of concentration and valency of cr around the root in nutrient solutions and in soil cr uptake and toxicity
  155. Effects of aerial pollutants on the growth and yield of spring barley
  156. The effect of the physical-properties of 2 tropical cotton soils on the permanent wilting point and relative-humidity in relation to the survival and distribution of meloidogyne-acronea
  157. The effect of root-ectoparasitic nematodes on grass establishment and productivity
  158. The effect of root ectoparasitic nematodes upon grass establishment
  159. Effect of progesterone treatment on the calving-to-conception interval of friesian dairy-cows
  160. The effect of ph upon the copper and cupric ion concentrations in soil solutions
  161. Effect of paratrichodorus anemones and other plant-parasitic nematodes on root-growth of spring wheat
  162. The effect of nitrogen nutrition on the lysine content and protein-composition of barley-seeds
  163. The effect of fungicides on field populations of aphis-fabae and on the infection of the aphids by entomophthoraceae
  164. The effect of direct drilling and minimal cultivation on earthworm populations
  165. Effect of anthelmintic treatment on the milk-yield of dairy-cows in England, Scotland and Wales
  166. The effect of three herbicides on the number of spores of rhynchosporium-secalis on barley stubble and volunteer plants
  167. Distribution of the ppp(A2′p)nA-binding protein and interferon-related enzymes in animals, plants, and lower organisms
  168. The distribution of carbon and the demand of the fungal symbiont in leek plants with vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizas
  169. Distribution between parts of the main shoot and the tillers of photosynthate produced before and after anthesis in the top 3 leaves of main shoots of hobbit and maris huntsman winter-wheat
  170. The diminished incidence of Acarapis woodi (Rennie) (Acari : Tarsonemidae) in honey bees, Apis mellifera L (Hymenoptera : Apidae), in Britain
  171. Diffusion of coefficients of carbon-dioxide, nitrous-oxide, ethylene and ethane in air and their measurement
  172. Differential protein accumulation during barley-grain development
  173. The development of nad(p)h-dependent and ferredoxin-dependent glutamate synthase in greening barley and pea leaves
  174. The development of endomycorrhizal root systems .4. The mathematical-analysis of effects of phosphorus on the spread of vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal infection in root systems
  175. The development of endomycorrhizal root systems .3. The mathematical representation of the spread of vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal infection in root systems
  176. Detection of corn stunt spiroplasma invivo by elisa using antisera to extracts from infected corn plants (zea-mays)
  177. Design of an experiment to validate and improve the agricultural-development advisory service hen model of egg-production
  178. Degradation of permethrin in soils
  179. The crystal-structures of complexes between dimethylthallium picrate and 2 isomers of dicyclohexano-18-crown-6
  180. Crystal-structures of complexes between alkali-metal salts and cyclic polyethers .12. The complex between sodium-bromide and 2,3-dimethoxybenzo-15-crown-5 bromo(2,3-dimethoxy-6,7,9,10,12,13,15,16-octahydrobenzo 1,4,7,10,13 pen ta-oxacyclopentadecene)sodium
  181. Crystallographic study of the binding of a trifluoroacetyl dipeptide anilide inhibitor with elastase
  182. Critical potassium potentials for crops .2. Potentials for wheat, maize, peas, beans and sugar-beet in their early growth on a sandy loam
  183. Critical potassium potentials for crops .1. The effect of soil type on the growth of ryegrass and creeping red fescue
  184. Correction for seed‐phosphorus effects in L‐value determinations
  185. Coordination of alkali-metals by open-chain polyethers in transition-metal complexes .1. X-ray crystal and molecular-structure of tetrakis 1-ortho-carboxymethoxyphenoxy)-2-(ortho-hydroxyphenoxy)ethanato -(1-) dipotassiumcobalt(ii), a trinuclear potassium-cobalt-potassium complex
  186. The conversion of 3-indolylmethylglucosinolate to 3-indolylacetonitrile by myrosinase, and its relevance to the clubroot disease of the cruciferae
  187. Control of sugar-beet aphids and virus yellows
  188. The construction by computer of a diagnostic key to the genera of yeasts and other such groups of taxa
  189. Computer-graphics in the reconstruction of serial sections
  190. Computer mapping of records of beet cyst nematode (heterodera-schachtii), 1928-77
  191. Compounds modifying the activity of 2 sex attractants for males of the pea moth, cydia-nigricana-(f)
  192. Composition and development of some soils on glauconitic cretaceous (upper greensand) rocks in southern England
  193. Comparison of the response of different solanum-vernei hybrid clones and solanum-andigena cultivar, maris piper to globodera-rostochiensis and globodera-pallida
  194. A comparison of the protein and amino-acid-composition of old and recent barley-grain
  195. A comparison of the extractabilities of zn, cu, ni and cr from sewage sludges prepared by treating raw sewage with the metal-salts before or after anaerobic-digestion
  196. Comparison of the effects of salicylic-acid and ethephon with virus-induced hypersensitivity and acquired-resistance in tobacco
  197. A comparison of 2 rain-activated switches used with samplers for spores dispersed by rain
  198. A comparative-study of 3 methods of water removal prior to resin impregnation of 2 soils
  199. Comparative synoptic dynamics .1. Relationships between interspecific and intraspecific spatial and temporal variance mean population parameters
  200. Columns of water-molecules and chloride-ions in hydrophobic channels in crystals of a potassium complex
  201. A class of blue quinone-protein coupling products - the allagochromes
  202. Chemical techniques for control of stem canker and black scurf (rhizoctonia-solani) disease of potatoes
  203. Changes in the body-composition of cattle exhibiting compensatory growth
  204. Changes in membrane phospholipids, identified by arrhenius plots of acetylcholinesterase and associated with pyrethroid resistance (kdr) in houseflies (musca-domestica)
  205. A carboxylesterase with broad substrate-specificity causes organo-phosphorus, carbamate and pyrethroid resistance in peach-potato aphids (myzus-persicae)
  206. Calculations of ponded water drainage for flow regions of various geometries to demonstrate effect of disturbed soil-zone shape on drain performance
  207. Buildup and subsequent decline of residues of quintozene and hexachlorobenzene in lettuce in sequential crops
  208. Breakdown of potato virus-x resistance gene-nx - selection of a group 4 strain from strain group 3
  209. The biochemical basis of resistance to organo-phosphorus insecticides in the sheep blowfly, lucilia-cuprina
  210. Biochemical and genetic-analysis of 3 proline accumulating barley mutants
  211. Bias in pressure chamber measurements of leaf water potential
  212. Behavior of permethrin as a seed treatment against larvae of the wheat bulb fly (delia-coarctata-fall)
  213. Behavior of alatae of myzus-persicae (sulzer) (hemiptera, aphididae) on chemically treated surfaces after tethered flight
  214. Beet cyst-nematode
  215. Bacteriostatic action of nitrification inhibitors
  216. Attractiveness of (Z)-11-eicosen-1-ol to foraging honeybees
  217. Assessment of methods for estimating the numbers of aphids (hemiptera, aphididae) in cereals
  218. An assessment of a method based on intrinsic antibiotic-resistance for identifying rhizobium strains
  219. Aspects of the hatching mechanism of heterodera-goettingiana
  220. Application to wheat and barley of 2 leaf photosynthesis models for c-3 plants
  221. Apparatus for applying 15N-labelled fertilizer uniformly to field micro-plots
  222. Aphid alarm pheromone derivatives affecting settling and transmission of plant-viruses
  223. Analyzing one-step outflow experiments to calculate soil-water diffusivities, using gardner equation
  224. An analysis of factors affecting catches of insects in light-traps
  225. Analysis of covariance and standardization as instances of prediction
  226. Agriculture and food
  227. Affinity of rubp carboxylases for carbon-dioxide and inhibition of the enzymes by oxygen
  228. Adenosine triphosphate measurement in soil: an improved method
  229. Adenosine-triphosphate (atp) and microbial biomass in soil - effects of storage at different temperatures and at different moisture levels
  230. Two new species of malbranchea
  231. 2 genes for threonine accumulation in barley-seeds
  232. The effects of nucleotype and genotype upon pollen grain development in Hyacinth and Scilla
  233. Chromosome variation in protoplast-derived potato plants
  234. Cytogenetics Of Lolium perenne. Part 1: Chiasma frequency variation in inbred lines
  235. Measurement of microbial biomass phosphorus in soil
  236. Relationships between lipophilicity and root uptake and translocation of non-ionized chemicals by barley
  237. The role of natural enemies in cereal aphid population dynamics
  238. The role of ammonia assimilatory enzymes during nitrogen fixation in root nodules
  239. Threonine accumulation in the seeds of a barley mutant with an altered aspartate kinase
  240. Multiple forms of glutamine synthetase in the plant fraction of Phaseolus root nodules
  241. The effect of barley yellow dwarf virus on honeydew production by the cereal aphids Sitobion avenae and Metopolophium dirhodum
  242. Simulating diffusion within soil aggregates: a simple model for cubic and other regularly shaped aggregates
  243. Experimental and theoretical aspects of solute diffusion in spherical and nonspherical aggregates
  244. The determination of ionic diffusion coefficients in field soils. II. Diffusion of bromide ions in undisturbed soil cores.
  245. The permanent grassland division at North Wyke
  246. The effects of integration of conservation and grazing on the composition and productivity of grass-clover swards
  247. The effect of paraformaldehyde on the fermentation quality and feeding value of ryegrass and lucerne silages
  248. Improving forage quality by processing
  249. Frequency and severity of defoliation of grass and clover by sheep at different stocking rates
  250. Forage protein conservation and utilization: concluding remarks